14:45 Chepstow Fri 14 June 2019
- Credit4 Supports The IJF EBF Maiden Stakes (Plus 10) (Class 4)
- 6f 16y,
- 10 Runners
- Surface: Turf
Son of Kodiac gelded ahead of this debut and a first foal out of an AW winner over a mile. Cost 80,000 gns as a foal and 55,000 gns as a yearling and stable among the juvenile winners. Market well worth a check.
Tagula colt cost only £4,5000 guineas as a yearling. Showed some early pace but ultimately well beaten in both starts last month and plenty of improvement needed in first-time cheekpieces.
Camacho half-brother to useful juvenile winners Mon Cadeaux and Territory. Much improved from debut when second on quick ground at Windsor. Faces different conditions but sets a clear standard.
Sea The Stars colt purchased for 65,000 gns as a yearling in October last year. Tailed off at 50/1 on May's AW debut and hard to fancy again for stable not noted for juvenile winners.
Sent off at 80/1 and 100/1 when very well beaten and failing to beat a rival home in two quick ground starts back in May. Up in trip and faces different ground but remains easy to overlook.
Son of Camacho fetched £33,000 as a yearling and a half-brother to winners Picture No Sound and Rising Sunshine. Stable's newcomers always have to be respected and market should prove a good guide.
Lethal Force filly cost 2,000 gns as a foal and bred to appreciate further in time. Always behind on last month's Salisbury debut over 5f and likely to find this too sharp again.
Daughter of Gregorian cost £15,000 as a yearling and a first foal to a 1m4f AW winner. Represents a strong stable, who also run fellow newcomer Winnetka, but likely to need a stiffer test in time.
Lethal Force filly purchased for 15,000 gns as a yearling. Half-sister to useful sprinter Lewisham among others and not disgraced on debut when looking like she'd benefit for the experience. Much more needed but place possibilities.
Last Year's Winner
Indian Creak (11/8), Sesame Birah (3/1), Winnetka (7/2), Dark Moonlight (8/1), Where Next Jo (14/1), Annarisky (20/1), Magical Force (25/1), Sea The Spirit (50/1), Twentyonered (66/1), Dream Isle (66/1)
- Indian Creak
- Dark Moonlight
Next Race Off
Nick Robson makes Stradivarius his best bet for Thursday and he has a tip for every race in the UK and Ireland.
Ben Linfoot had a great Wednesday with Value Bet winners at 14/1 and 18/1 and he's got five more big-priced tips for day three at Royal Ascot.
Our pundit Oli Bell expects Dee Ex Bee to dethrone Stradivarius in the Gold Cup on Thursday and he has a tip for every race.